ADVISORY AGENDA 9.16.19 (English Drops)

“None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.” -Mother Teresa


Gossage Cup

113 110 42 125

(Today) Eric Chen

9/14: Jaden Bradley

9/13: Dean Williams

9/12: Haley Gullett, Kyle Manzoor and Navya Maheshwari

9/11: Mr. Rogers



Kenlee Griffin demonstrated PASSION when he volunteered to create and present a powerpoint on Judaism for history class.

Chase Hensley demonstrated TEAMWORK by completing the expeditious transfer of critical Class Trip materials to a Dean from a teacher on another part of campus.

Fen Cleveland demonstrated RESPECT when he was concerned how his celebration of a grade might impact other students.

Viktor Henry, Campbell O’Brien, and Nicky Vaccaro demonstrated TEAMWORK and RESPECT when they set up the tables and chairs in the library annex after the 9th grade class meeting.

JP Hondros and Quentin Clarke demonstrated INTEGRITY and RESPECT when they cleaned up study room A and left the room in stellar condition for the students in the next block.



Our first Academic Advising Activity will take place during student life on Thursday, September 19th. Please make a copy of the activity and share it with your advisor before Academic Advising. To find the activity, go tobit.ly/AcademicAdvisingActivity


Students for Constitutional Government will meet for lunch this Friday, September 20th in Foundation Hall. We will go over the purpose of the club and discuss essential questions regarding liberty and government. Each attendee will receive a free copy of the Constitution!


Cannon’s AWARD-WINNING History Club will have its first meeting of year on Thursday, September 19th during STUDENT CHOICE in Ms. Huffman’s room. ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS ARE WELCOME! Elections for officers will be held. If you’d like to run for one of the following offices, please email Ms. Huffman (lhuffman@cannonschool.org) NO LATER THAN NOON on Thursday 9/19 to be placed on the ballot. Indicate the office for which you’re running and a one-sentence reason of why you’d be a good candidate. Candidates will make short prepared speeches at the meeting prior to voting. Offices are:

  • Imperator/rix (President)
  • Minister of Good Works (service)
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs (field trips)
  • Minister of Information (club communication)
  • Minister of Food (provides refreshments for meetings)
  • Ambassador (represents the club to all-club meetings)
  • Tribute (Freshman Intern)

Seniors:

The College Counseling Team will be hosting Walk-in Hours for Seniors on September 16th.  You are invited to come to The Cube during your drop to work on college applications and essays.  We will be available from 8:20 – 3:00 p.m. to help you with the application process and related items.

 


Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign-up on Naviance Student to visit with College Admission Representatives coming to Cannon School.  Students must get permission from their classroom teachers prior to attending an admissions event. Students who need assistance accessing their Naviance account or registering for college visits should contact their college counselor.

9/16:    Christopher Newport University

9/17:    Catawba College and Stetson University

9/18:    University of Georgia and Villanova University

9/19:    Saint Michael’s College

9/23:    The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Hollins, Hampden-Sydney, Simmons University and Northeastern University

9/24:    Clemson University, Lipscomb University and Jacksonville University

9/25:    University of Cincinnati, Dartmouth College, Davidson College and  Samford University

9/26:    Campbell University

9/27:   Connecticut College

10/1:    Xavier University, Carleton College, High Point University and Allegheny College

10/2:    Mount St. Mary’s University – Maryland, NC State, Agnes Scott College, Butler University and Miami University, Oxford

10/3:    University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Georgia State University and University of Miami

10/4:    College of Charleston, Trinity College, University of North Carolina at Asheville and Washington and Lee University

10/7:    Denison University, Queens University – Charlotte, Presbyterian College, University of Kentucky and Wittenberg University

10/8:    Colgate University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wake Forest University, Appalachian State University, Auburn University and Elon University

10/10: Wofford College, Roanoke College, George Mason and Dickinson College

10/11: Vanderbilt University

10/14: The George Washington University and Brandeis University

10/15: Trinity University, Sweet Briar College and Baylor University

10/17: Gardner-Webb University, Bowdoin College, American University and Washington University in St. Louis

10/22:   Sewanee: The University of the South and Lafayette College

10/23:  The University of Arizona, Rhodes College, Clark University and University of Richmond

10/24: Chapman University

10/25: University of St. Andrews

10/28: Merrimack College

10/29:  Texas Christian University

10/30: Boston College

11/4:    Gettysburg College

11/5:    Hofstra University

11/6:    Lynn University

11/7:    University of Delaware

11/21: Salisbury University

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